The horrible moment when pedestrians are struck by a window that falls out of a 19-storey flat – and survives

The horrible moment when pedestrians are struck by a window that falls out of a 19-storey flat – and survives

  • The man walked next to a tall building in China when the window fell on him
  • He was immediately eliminated and horrified residents rushed him to the hospital
  • The victim is in a stable condition after the treatment, police told the local media
  • The window had fallen when the owner of the flat tried to install it himself

A man survived after a window fell on him from a 19-story flat while walking on a sidewalk in East China.

The horrific footage of the Monday incident shows the man who was walking next to a tall building in Heze, Shandong Province when the big window hit him and knocked him out.

Shocked residents immediately rushed to him and alerted emergency services. The victim is in a stable state after treatment, according to local reports mentioning the police.

A man survived after a window fell on him from a 19-story flat while walking on a sidewalk in East China

The horrific footage of the Monday incident shows the man who walked next to a tall building in Heze, Shandong province when the big window hit him and knocked him out

The horrific footage of the Monday incident shows the man who walked next to a tall building in Heze, Shandong province when the big window hit him and knocked him out

Footage of the Monday incident shows the man walking next to a tall building in Heze, Shandong province when the big window hit him and knocked him out

Shocked residents immediately rushed to him and alerted emergency services. The victim is in a stable state after treatment, according to local reports mentioning the police

Shocked residents immediately rushed to him and alerted emergency services. The victim is in a stable state after treatment, according to local reports mentioning the police

Shocked residents immediately rushed to him and alerted emergency services. The victim is in a stable state after treatment, according to local reports mentioning the police

The owner of the flat tried to install the aluminum window frames himself when he accidentally dropped them, Beijing News said.

The homeowner could not take security measures, the report added.

A police officer confirmed to BTime that the man is in stable condition and the incident is being investigated.

The accident comes only a few days after a five-year-old boy in the southern province of Guangdong was struck by a separate window that came off its hinges and set 20 floors.

The owner of the flat tried to install the aluminum window frames himself when he accidentally dropped them, Beijing News said

The owner of the flat tried to install the aluminum window frames himself when he accidentally dropped them, Beijing News said

The owner of the flat tried to install the aluminum window frames himself when he accidentally dropped them, Beijing News said

The accident comes only a few days after a five-year-old boy in the southern province of Guangdong was struck by a separate window that came off its hinges and fell down 20 floors

The accident comes only a few days after a five-year-old boy in the southern province of Guangdong was struck by a separate window that came off its hinges and fell down 20 floors

The accident comes only a few days after a five-year-old boy in the southern province of Guangdong was struck by a separate window that came off its hinges and fell down 20 floors

The child, who was on his way to kindergarten with his mother, died on Sunday morning after spending three days in intensive care.

Last year, a woman was seriously injured after being hit by a dog that had fallen off the roof of a building in Guangzhou.

After the police were unable to track down the owner of the dog, the woman decided to sue the occupants of the entire building.

According to Chinese law, if no one is held responsible for such an incident, all users of the building that has fallen into an object – except those who can prove that they were not involved – must compensate the victim, South China Morning Post.

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